Acai Berry In The Media

The media admires Acai Berry, not only for its great weight loss benefits, but for all the other great advantages that the Acai Berry holds:

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  • “The acai berry is a very good antioxidant and contains disease-fighting phytonutrients, including the powerful anthocyanins, which are also present in red wine.” – CNN.com
  • “The Acai berry is another Amazonian superfood which has found its way into western health foods shops. The berry’s nutritious properties make it a natural health food, and its ability to support weight loss has made it popular in the mainstream.” – USA Today
  • “The fatty acid content in açaí resembles that of olive oil, and is rich in monounsaturated oleic acid. Oleic acid is important for a number of reasons. It helps omega-3 fish oils penetrate the cell membrane; together they help make cell membranes more supple. By keeping the cell membrane supple, all hormones, neurotransmitter and insulin receptors function more efficiently. This is particularly important because high insulin levels create an inflammatory state, and we know, inflammation causes aging.” – Oprah.com
  • “Acai berries are among the most nutritious foods of the Amazon, rich in B vitamins, minerals, fiber, protein and omega-3 fatty acids. Acai berries also contain oleic acid (omega-9), a beneficial fatty acid (often mistakenly referred to as essential).” – CBS Early Show
  • “Studies show that the acai berry is one of the most nutritious foods in the world. The high-energy berry of as Amazonian palm tree, acai is harvested in the rainforests of Brazil and tastes like a vibrant blend of berries and chocolate.” – NBC Today Show
  • “There’s a miracle berry that can help you live longer and healthier and chances are you’ve never heard of it. It’s called acai and it could help you ward off cancer, protect your heart, even prevent Alzheimer’s disease, according to some research.” – ABC News
  • “For those put off by juiced wheatgrass and bored with low-carb bars, there is acai. Acai (ah-sigh-EE), the purplish fruit of the palmberry plant, purportedly contains more antioxidants than red wine and has a beguiling berry-like flavor with intense chocolate overtones.”- Washington Post
  • “At juice bars and health stores around the country, the hip new taste is aחaם, (pronounced ah-sigh-EE) a grape-size, deep-purple berry that grows atop palm trees in the Brazilian jungle.” – Wall Street Journal
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